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Travels in Turkey: Part 2 – Cappadocia, Continued

Uchisar, Goreme, Cappadocia

Monasteries, wineries, even whole cities – all dug out of soft volcanic rock over thousands of years. With the occasional canine companion, of course. Read More »

Travels in Turkey: Part 1 – Cappadocia

Hot-Air Balloon, Cappadocia, Turkey

Fairy chimneys, cave hotels and monasteries, and an unforgettable hot-air balloon ride. Read More »

10 Uncommon, Must-Travel Destinations in Europe


The sophisticated culture and rich history make Europe a prime location for an exciting getaway filled with lots to see and do. Read More »

Syrian Refugees in Turkey Need Humanitarian Aid

This Syrian family used to lead a happy life in Aleppo. Now the parents and children sleep on the streets of Istanbul in Turkey. They are among the 3 million refugees from Syria, many of whom live in desperate conditions. (UNHCR/S.Baldwin)

It's vital that refugees from Syria's war receive humanitarian aid. The future of the Middle East depends on how we respond to this emergency. Read More »

Interview: Gulten Dye, Author of ‘Semi Coma ’

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Self-help author Gulten Dye in an interview about her life, writing and the creative process. Read More »

Happy Birthday Twitter!

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Happy Birthday to Twitter and the Twitterverse! Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Gendarme’ by Mark T. Mustian

Book Review The Gendarme by Mark T. Mustian

. In war and under pressure, regular people commit atrocities. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How The Light Is Spent’ by Gail Sidonie Sobat

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This is history as it should be, told through the pen of a poet with an eye for the important details of life. Read More »

Interview with Chris Karslen, Author of Byzantine Gold

Romantic suspense author Chris Karslen talks about weaving history and archaeology into her stories. Read More »

Harsh Weather, Low Funding New Threats to Syrian Refugees

Heavy rains, snow, and cold threaten Syrian refugees. Read More »